all images courtesy of studio you me patch cafe, designed by studio you me is that kind of cafe you dream to own one day. the interior style is intimate, inviting, with little touch of industrial taste. love the contemporary yet playful atmosphere created by exposing original brick wall, pair with concrete floor and polished marble station. all images courtesy of studio you me don’t forget to check out studio you me‘s website for more lovely inspiration!
[all images courtesy of richard lindvall ] a modern bistro in stockholm with a concept of “museum”? actually i was a bit skeptical at first but after seeing this set of images… it is done in a quiet michitecture PERFECT style – white glazed subway tile, dark wooden floors, marble, brass, iron, glass… did i miss anything? oh yeah, tiger skeleton.
[all images courtesy of fantastic frank] you don’t really need a mansion or the high-tech kind. sometimes couple nice moments in your house is enough to make it the best place in the world.
[ all images courtesy of omer arbel office ] when i saw this project via azure, i know immediately i have to share it again here! love the subtle industrial style mix with vintage-inspired accessories… think of reclaimed wood and concrete floor with white geometric blocks, jars, amber bottles (here you go). and did i mention this is a place for delicious tacos? at first when i saw the name ‘tacofino’ i know i’ve seen it before… yes, eat street, the […]
[all images courtesy anagrama] two years ago (time flies!) i shared this beautiful branding project by mexican creative agency anagrama. while browsing their portfolio, this recent interior & branding design for restaurant El Montero in Saltillo Coahuila, mexico, is once again proved the branding golden rule as anagrama shared in one of their blog posts, “Consistency in a brand. Element of success.”
finally had a chance to try the biggest buzz in BLT (brotherly love town)… yes, shake shack! waiting in extra long line plus long wait for picking up our orders was totally worthy, even to a person like me who never have enough patience to wait in line.
i’ve been craving yaki soba for few weeks now. it is actually pretty easy to prepare at home- but i am running out of noodle materials… and then as i flipped through the magazine ku:bel these images totally wake up my crave of yakisoba again! from おこのみ/そばやき よっちゃん ( yotchan okonomi/yakisoba), located in kobe, japan, their hand-made soba (japanese noodle) with goya(bitter melon) looks SO GOOD. all images via yotchan kind of a random post… but yakisoba it is the topic.
it has been almost an year since our (honeymoon) trip to paris last year (click here & here to see previous posts)… and i still haven’t finished sorting out pictures we took! bad. so question for parisians: i guess there are no bad patisseries in paris? this one close by our hotel (at rue saint-basin & blvd beaumarchais) has really good pain au raisin (and sandwich, and chocolate croissant…and cheaper than philly’s!isn’t it weird.) we can’t pass without having […]